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Australian farmers are increasingly optimistic about the year ahead, with much of this riding on positive sentiment sweeping the sheep and beef sectors, as graziers fetch historically high prices for lamb, mutton, wool and beef – the latest quarterly Rabobank Rural Confidence Survey has found.

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Farmers looking to better financially protect themselves and their families through tough times are encouraged to apply for a rebate up to $2,500 to help cover the cost of taking on a new agricultural insurance policy, such as multi-peril.

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Monday, 06 March 2017 12:09

New fencing silver lining post bushfire

With bushfires impacting rural areas in Australia year on year, the latest devastating fires in New South Wales will be a stark reminder to farmers who’ve been affected in the past, of the need to rebuild immediately.

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Wednesday, 14 December 2016 13:56

Be quad safe this christmas

Victoria's peak farmer organisation is encouraging primary producers to give the gift of farm safety this holiday season by investing in protection devices to limit the risk of quad bike injuries on farms.

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Provider of tax depreciation schedules, BMT Tax Depreciation, has seen an increase in the number of agricultural property owners seeking depreciation advice after incentives were implemented during the May 2015 federal budget.

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Wednesday, 12 August 2015 09:52

Gate to plate success of Farmer George

by Madie Hamilton

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Wednesday, 03 August 2016 10:13

Big bucks at stake for north-west equestrian

Housing elite German imported equines worth up to $100,000 means that durable and safe infrastructure should be front of mind for horse owners when installing new fencing.

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Farmers are calling on Australia's competition watchdog to open up the nation's mobile telecommunications market to true competition.

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Wednesday, 01 June 2016 14:17

Donated farm gates for Waroona’s farmers

Eighty heavy duty galvanised farm gates will be available to fire-affected farmers in the Harvey-Waroona area, following the closure of the WAFarmers Fire Appeal.

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Victorian farmers are being urged not to attempt dangerous do-it-yourself electrical work as part of a new electrical safety campaign.

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